Sean 1

Sean 1. The dull working title of my debut novel

Sean: The Intercontinental

“That a Russian mafia group was taking over from us, and that all the top men were meeting here in the restaurant to celebrate the conquest of Prague. They expected a battle. Hence all the hardware.”

Sean. Escape

Everyone froze. All through dinner, the volume for the main dining room had grown. Male and female voices laughing. Ivan’s dancing girls had lightened the atmosphere considerably. Suddenly, and inexplicably there wasn’t a sound.

Sean. U Holubů

Zelimkhan sat back and roared with laughter. “Did he indeed? I believe our hosts, the Czechs, have a saying; “stupid like a fox”. I think you might be stupid like a fox, Jana. Very well. Let’s eat.”

Briefing with Sergei

“He’ll do the deal because it’s good for business. He’ll approve of my concern and worry for Sergei. He’ll want to look after me. All men seem to want to look after me…” She let the sentence hang, staring at Sean.

Party Logistics

Do you really think you can have a cosy chat with Sergei and walk away? And why would you? This agreement with the Chechens, and your part in it, puts the world at our feet. This isn’t the time to walk away, Sean. This is your chance, our chance, to shine.

Flight Scheming

I don’t think so. I think he’ll make you sweat. Everyone is going to be in separate cells anyway. His best bet is to completely ignore you and concentrate on the interrogation of the Chechens and Russkies first. You’ll be visited by some embassy junior who thinks you’re as guilty as you look.

Airport Summit

Let me work this out. You get Zelimkhan and Sergei in the same room, and then out of nowhere, the cavalry comes in and arrests everybody, including you. Then, you’re quietly released while the interrogations continue.

Airport Rendezvous

“If they couldn’t agree, they wouldn’t have agreed to meet. Your idea was good. This will move everything forward. I’m proud of you. Now, to more important matters. What perfume shall I buy?”
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